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Who is Golden Helix?

Founded in 1998, Golden Helix is known for helping genetic research groups working with large-scale DNA-sequencing or microarray data overcome the frustration and challenges of bioinformatic roadblocks: delayed projects, lack of quality findings, and low productivity. By empowering researchers with highly effective software tools, world-class support, and an array of complementary analytic services, we refute the notion that analysis has to be difficult or time consuming.

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SNP & Variation Suite 8

SNP & Variation Suite is an integrated collection of user-friendly, yet powerful analytic tools for managing, analyzing, and visualizing multifaceted genomic and phenotypic data. SVS was created specifically to empower biologists and other researchers to easily perform complex analyses and visualizations, eliminating the need to rely exclusively on bioinformatics experts or cobble together difficult to use, incompatible freeware.

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GenomeBrowse

Golden Helix GenomeBrowse® visualization tool raises the bar on the experience of exploring and finding key insights into your genomic data. This evolutionary leap in genome browser technology combines an attractive and informative visual experience with a robust, performance-driven backend. The marriage of these two equally important components results in a product that makes other genome browsers look like 1980s DOS programs.

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Genomic Services

We have over a decade of collaborative experience working with the world's leading research organizations. With this, we offer a number of services to help accelerate your research.

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CUSTOMER SUCCESS HIGHLIGHTS

04.06.14

Recurent activating ACVR1 mutations in diffuse intrinsic pontine glioma

Taylor, K et al.
Institute of Cancer Research, London, UK

01.21.14

Mutation Analysis of the ERCC4/FANCQ Gene in Hereditary Breast Cancer

Kohlhase, S et al.
Hannover Medical School, Germany

01.2.14

Immunochip Analysis Identifies Multiple Susceptibility Loci for Systemic Sclerosis

Mayes, M et al.
University of Texas, Houston, TX

09.16.13

Genetic Substructure of Kuwaiti Population Reveals Migration History

Alsmadi, O et al.
Dasman Institute, Kuwait

08.13.13

A Genome-Wide Association Study of Total Serum and Mite-Specific IgEs in Asthma Patients

Kim, J et al.
Sogang University, Republic of Korea

03.14.13

Complex Patterns of Genomic Admixture within Southern Africa

Petersen, D et al.
J. Craig Venter

10.07.12

CSK regulatory polymorphism is associated with systemic lupus erythematosus and influences B-cell signaling and activation

Manjarrez-Orduno, N et al.
Feinstein Institute of Medical Research, New York

09.07.12

Technical Reproducibility of Genotyping SNP Arrays Used in Genome-Wide Association Studies

Hong, H & Lambert, C et al.
US Food and Drug Administration

07.11.12

Limitations of the Human Reference Genome for Personalized Genomics

Rosenfeld, J et al.
University of Medicine & Dentistry of New Jersey

07.02.12

Risk of developing chronic lymphocytic leukemia is inrfluenced by HLA-A class I variation

Di Bernardo, M et al.
Institute of Cancer Research, UK

03.07.12

Amplified Genes May Be Overexpressed, Unchanged, or Downregulated in Cervical Cancer Cell Lines

Vazquez-Mena, O et al.
Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México

02.07.12

Genetic Variation in Cell Death Genes and Risk of Non-Hodgkin Lymphoma

Schuetz, J et al.
University of British Columbia

12.21.11

Genome-Wide Association Study in Bipolar Patients Stratified by Co-Morbidity

Kerner, B & Lambert, C
UCLA & Golden Helix

11.10.11

A GWAS follow-up study reveals the association of IL12RB2 gene with Systemic Sclerosis in Caucasian populations

Bossini-Castillo, L. et al
Instituto de Parasitología y Biomedicina López-Neyra

09.30.11

Genetic Variants in TGF-β Pathway Are Associated with Ovarian Cancer Risk

Yin, J. et al
The University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center

06.10.11

Mutations in FYCO1 Cause Autosomal-Recessive Congenital Cataracts

Chen, J. et al
National Eye Institute

02.17.11

Risk HLA-DQA1 and PLA2R1 Alleles in Idiopathic Membranous Nephropathy

Stanescu, H. et al
University College London

01.30.11

Mutations in Fanconi anemia genes and the risk of esophageal cancer

 

Akbari, M. et al
University of Toronto

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